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September 25, 1981 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

friday, September z5, 1981 47

Resolution Expresses Concern Over Refugee Policy

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews (UCSJ) has ex-
pressed concern over the re-
cently announced change in
Soviet Jewish resettlement
policy agreed to by the

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sistance, only those Jews
leaving the Soviet Union for
countries other than Israel
who have parents, children
or spouses in those coun-
tries. The others would be
required to go to Israel or
fend for themselves.
At the annual meeting of
the grass-roots organization
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states, the UCSJ stresses
that while it "actively
encourages emigres to
choose Israel as their final
destination," it believes
that "just as Soviet Jews
should be free to emigrate
from the USSR; so should
they be free to resettle in the
country of their choice."

A resolution adopted at
the meeting "urges HIAS
to aid all Soviet Jews to
resettle in the country of
their choice" and called
on the organization to
adopt this policy "before
the change in policy
made by the Jewish
Agency leads to a decline
in emigration" from the
Soviet Union.

The UCSJ resolution also
noted with "deep concern"
that non-Jewish agencies
and organizations will be
helping theSe Soviet Jews
excluded by the new Jewish
Agency policy. The UCSJ
gtressed that. its "main ob-
jective is to maximize the
number of Jews allowed to
emigrate from the USSR
while there is still a
chance."
At a ceremonytin Capitol
Hill Tuesday, the UCSJ
honored five members of
Congress who were espe-
cially active on behalf of
Soviet Jews in 1981. The
Congressmen are Sens.
Alan Cranston (D-Calif.)
and Rudy Boschwitz (R-
Minn.) and Reps. William
Brodhead ( D-ML), Lawr-
ence Coughlin (R-Pa.) and
Michael Barnes (D-Md.).

eluded their two-day
meeting on Monday, said
the plight of Soviet Jewry
involves decrease in
emigration, increase in
harassment and arrests,
and the banning of all
Jewish and educational
programs.

The conference was or-
ganized to address the
"emergency situation now
existing in the Soviet
Union. The leaders hoped to
"unite international efforts
on behalf of the more than
two million Jews in the
Soviet Union, mobilize na-
tional and local Jewish
community leadership, up-
date the public on current
issues and impress upon
them the need to return to
their governments and have
them immediately inter-
vene with Soviet leader-
ship" on behalf of Soviet
Jewry.
Genya Intrator, chairper-
son of the Canadian Com-
mittee for Soviet Jewry,
said that a similar cam-
paign will be launched in
Canada.
In a related development,
KGB security police have
warned several Jewish sci-

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
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tians disagree relate to
tourist installations in
Sinai and the granting of
visas to Israelis who want to
visit Egypt.
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Israel completes its with-
drawal next April will be
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